sundaymorningstaple wrote:I'm afraid I don't understand your problem. You apply for Citizenship - you get it or you don't. Simple. If you don't get it, they don't take your PR away from you. Nor do they cane you if you fail to get it. So what's the problem? What is the worst thing that can happen? They give you Citizenship. The best thing? You get rejected. Two possible outcomes, neither of which are life threatening. Just apply for it and wait.
sundaymorningstaple wrote:It's also pretty easy to tell where you are from.
But, let's face it, this is a forum and as such, it is made up mostly of opinion and where possible, facts. Unfortunately, you ask a question that cannot be answered so what did you expect. You think we are all seers here? Waste time? Don't bother applying for citizenship if you think you "might be wasting your time". It's never the wrong timing. There isn't an "exam" as you seem to think, that you pass or fail. But, you might get rejected as the government might feel you are not suitable for citizenship. What then? Do you say it was timing? People are still getting citizenship and they are still getting PR. They are also being rejected for both as they seem to be tightening up criteria. What are the limits & parameters? Who knows, we don't, and ICA isn't telling. So how?
What kind of discussion did you want? How's this for discussion? I don't think you should apply for citizenship. Ever. At least this gives you more latitude for "discussion".
And you are right. I don't suffer fools easily.
"Royal king from great britain"
I though they had a Queen and all kings and queens were considered royal?
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